Students seeking admission to the Grad Track pathway apply typically in their junior year. An applicant must have successfully completed 75 or more credit hours of a bachelor's degree.
Students admitted to the pathway must complete 90 credit hours before taking the master's-level courses. Students must complete the bachelor's degree within one academic year of their first pathway course in order to have the graduate course credits transferred to their graduate plan of study.
Students in the pathway must apply formally for admission to the graduate program by submitting a formal application for admission to the Toulouse Graduate School typically during their senior year.
The Mayborn School of Journalism offers the Grad Track Pathway for the M.A. and M.J. degree programs.
If you are interested in applying, please email Kara.Greene@unt.edu.
The Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism is part of the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism. Our students work around the country in print and broadcast media, public relations agencies and various media communications organizations.
The Master of Arts in Journalism and Master of Journalism program in the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism prepares students with lifetime communication and intellectual skills for successful careers in journalism, public relations, advertising, and higher education. This program offers state-of-the-art technological training and support as well as research and study opportunities in news, public relations, advertising, photojournalism, publishing, broadcast and multimedia news.
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